On Mon, 31 Jul 2006 17:50:06 -0400, Patrick Doyle wrote:
On 7/31/06, Amadeus W. M. <amadeus84(a)cablespeed.com> wrote:
> Do this on FC5:
> emacs foobar.spec
> Can I configure emacs to do the same with other
> file types, or is it compiled in? E.g. whenever I open a blank
> foobar.cc automatically #include certain header files, and create
> a usage() and main() stub.
That's done by the rpm-spec-initialize function, which is a hook in
the rpm-spec-mode-new-file-hook, which is called when you open a blank
file in RPM mode. By default, files ending in .spec are edited in RPM
You're talking about /usr/share/emacs/site-lisp/rpm-spec-mode.elc
right? When you first mentioned it, I thought now that we know
who's responsible for .spec, it should be straightforward to
"port" it to C/C++. After seeing the .elc file, I'm thinking
No, I don't see a similar c-mode-new-file-hook -- which is what sent
me down the path of answering this for you -- not because I am
particularly adept at customizing Emacs, I was just intrigued by the
thought of adding my own c-mode-new-file-hook.
Hopefully somebody more expert than I will step in and say, "No
it's right there!"